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The Vertebrate Research Group aims mainly at the study of ecology and behaviour of small mammals, bats in particular.

The study of bats has been established since 1969, when J. Gaisler, one of the two founders of modern Czech chiropterology, moved from the Academy to the Faculty of Science. In 1989, Z. Rehak and later on T. Bartonicka, J. Zukal and J. Bryja have been involved into the research of bats and other small mammals. 


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2019

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